Contact Us

For any questions you have, you can reach us here:

Stacey Rodgers, MFT

stacey@rodgersanddeiters.com    

415-786-8826

Erik Deiters, AMFT

erik@rodgersanddeiters.com

415-933-1901

3 locations:

 

166 Santa Clara Ave 
Oakland, CA 94610

2275 Market (at Noe)

San Francisco, CA 94114

2211 Post St. #300 
San Francisco, CA 94115

 

About Stacey

Seeking a good fit in a therapist and beginning therapy can be both joyful and challenging.

 

I truly believe that residing in each of us is a drive to flourish and seek health. My mission is to help you, via a warm and interactive style, feel deeply understood and connected as you gain awareness of your own unique healing process.

 

My approach includes listening, fostering self-acceptance, and humor as some of the tools to help you discover, gain understanding, and eventually minimize counterproductive patterns in your life that are standing in the way of reaching your goals.

The goal is for you to leave our first meeting feeling heard and supported. I help with anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, LGBTQ+ issues, major life transitions and many other stressors of today’s world.

BA in Psychology/Communications from University of Evansville, Evansville, IN. 1988

Master’s in Clinical Psychology at New College of California, San Francisco, CA. 2005

Therapist and Co-Founder, SF Therapy Collective

Co-Founder, Queer LifeSpace

Trained in EMDR (EMDR Institute)

About Erik

I’ve been working with individuals and couples as a support and guide to uncover their own strengths and find more meaning in their lives and their authentic selves.

 

I have a master’s degree in counseling from University of San Francisco. Other education includes: HIV and HepC prevention education from City College of San Francisco, Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) from the Copeland Institute, and EMDR from the EMDR Institute.

 

My passion is split between private practice and other areas of community mental health. I employ a client-centered, psychodynamic approach to my therapeutic work with clients.

 

A safe space, an open heart, and profound respect for individuals is key to nurturing a healthy person. I honor clients’ unique gifts, struggles and hopes.